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Photoshop SplitToning Tutorial by carlzon Photoshop SplitToning Tutorial by carlzon
I hope you will Enjoy

Thank you Caryn for the stock [link]
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clegath Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2014
Thanks
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dakini1 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2012
Thank you for your kindness in sharing
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dakini1 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2012
Thank you for your kindness in sharing
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Sounava Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2011   Photographer
Hi. I am using PS CS5. I face a few problems. First of all, in Step 5, you said to make the Hue to 195. But PS gave an error saying the value rages between -180 to 180. But the biggest thing is, I followed everything you said, but the image remained as before - simple black and white [I used 180 in step 5]. I mean, there was no resultant change in the image. :(
Please can you help me?
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Sounava Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2011   Photographer
Ok I got it. By default PS keeps the "Colorize" option unchecked. I had to check mark it to get the effects. Nice tutorial :)
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freon76 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Thank you thank you! I've always been wondering how those vintage photo touches are done. Now it's so easy! BTW this technique is very versatile since you can adjust the lightness and darkness of the overall image from the slider AND within the mask (by applying your Levels) to isolate the adjustment to specific tones.
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mindCollision Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I used this tutorial yonks ago and for some reason never thanked you for your help... But yeah I used it in this [link] and it worked really well, so thanks alot for this!
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jELLyFounTain Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2008
Thanks for this :D
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GMMorris Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2007  Professional Photographer
I'm a bit confused- why don't you use a Gradiant Map? :S
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freon76 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
I guess you won't have enough specific tonal control if you use gradient maps. Gradient maps are good for quick-fixes though.
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